Kim Weeks - Newbury, MA Real Estate, Newburyport, MA Real Estate, West Newbury, MA Real Estate


Bolstering your house's curb appeal is paramount if you want to achieve the best-possible results during the property selling journey. In fact, there are many reasons why you may want to dedicate time and energy to enhance your home's curb appeal, and these include:

1. You can differentiate your home from the competition.

Your home only gets one chance to make a great first impression on potential buyers. If your home stands out to buyers, it may lead to many property showings. Meanwhile, these showings ultimately may result in one or several offers to purchase your residence in the near future.

If you are searching for ways to promote your residence to buyers, it often is beneficial to upgrade your house's curb appeal. Because if your home has a pristine front lawn and other amazing home exterior features, it may stand out to many buyers. And as a result, you may be able to distinguish your residence from comparable properties in your area.

2. You can speed up the house selling process.

The home selling process may prove to be long and difficult, particularly for a seller who is unsure about how to showcase his or her residence to the right groups of buyers. Fortunately, a home that has outstanding curb appeal may make it easy for a seller to speed up the house selling cycle.

Remember, a home's curb appeal enables a seller to make his or her residence an attractive option for potential buyers. And if a buyer falls in love with a home as soon as he or she sees it, this individual soon may be ready to purchase this residence.

3. You can maximize your home sale earnings.

The goal of a home seller is to generate lots of interest in his or her residence. That way, a seller can boost the likelihood of receiving multiple offers to purchase that are at or above his or her initial home asking price.

If you spend some time enhancing your house's curb appeal, you could make your residence an appealing option for buyers. Therefore, as buyers compete for your home, you may be able to reap the benefits of a profitable house selling experience.

As you prepare to sell your home and explore ways to upgrade your house's curb appeal, you may want to hire a real estate agent. This housing market professional can help you list your home and promote it to prospective buyers. Plus, he or she will help you establish an aggressive initial asking price for your residence, set up home showings and open house events and much more.

Devote time and energy to upgrade your home's curb appeal – you will be glad you did. It generally won't take long to improve a residence's curb appeal. And if you focus on your home's curb appeal, you likely won't need to wait long to generate interest in your house and receive a competitive offer to purchase your residence.


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Rain in its due time is every gardener's dream. Saving and reusing rainwater is a great way to save resources for the garden. One way to collect rainwater and store it for future use is to install a rain chain. 

A decorative rain chain can be used in place of a downspout to collect water from the roof. It can be made from a typical chain or series of objects that lead from the roofline into a water storage container. As the rain falls, the chain guides water into the storage container so that it does not immediately soak into the ground. The water can then be used around the garden when the weather is fair. 

Rain chain: a decorative detail

The rain chain is not just a functional addition to your garden, it can be built from decorative elements that add detail to your outdoor space. 

Chains can be built from a single metal chain or several containers that are strung together. Some rain chains are comprised of metal elements, small watering cans, china pieces or bells. For something more unique, you may consider a chain that is built from recycled glass bottles. Constructing rain chains using shapes that hold water, may also attract more birds into your garden.

Rain chains attach to the gutters of your home to collect water during rainfall. A rain chain is smaller than a downpipe so it cannot handle the same volume of water. If you experience heavy rain in your area, keep downspouts in place and use a rain chain as a decorative addition to your space.



58-60 Curzon Mill Road, Newburyport, MA 01950

Single-Family

$399,900
Price

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Rooms
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Beds
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Baths
Wanting to build a single family home in Newburyport? Looking for a FORM A BUILDING LOT, with NO Builder Tie In? This beautiful land is located on a tree lined dead end street/country road. A lovely neighborhood on the outskirts of town is very well known for its close proximity to Maudslay State Park, the new Rail Trail as well as both commuter routes - Route 495 and Route 95. This Form A Lot ~ is ready to sell ~ w/town water and sewer, electric and natural gas right at the street. R1 Zoning, 24,309 sq. ft., .55 acres. This is a lot split from the white farmhouse located to the left. A peaceful, neighborly feel as you drive down the road will welcome you.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses





58-60 Curzon Mill Road, Newburyport, MA 01950

Land

$399,900
Price

0.56
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Are you looking for a FORM A BUILDING LOT located in Newburyport? With NO Builder Tie In? This beautiful land is located on a tree lined dead end street/country road. A lovely neighborhood on the outskirts of town is very well known for its close proximity to Maudslay State Park, the new Rail Trail as well as both commuter routes - Route 495 and Route 95. This Form A Lot ~ is ready to sell ~ w/town water and sewer, electric and natural gas right at the street. R1 Zoning, 24,309 sq. ft., .55 acres. This is a lot split from the white farmhouse located to the left. A peaceful, neighborly feel as you drive down the road will welcome you.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses





58-60 Curzon Mill Road, Newburyport, MA 01950

Land

$415,900
Price

0.56
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Are you looking for a FORM A BUILDING LOT located in Newburyport? With NO Builder Tie In? This beautiful land is located on a tree lined dead end street/country road. A lovely neighborhood on the outskirts of town is very well known for its close proximity to Maudslay State Park, the new Rail Trail as well as both commuter routes - Route 495 and Route 95. This Form A Lot ~ is ready to sell ~ w/town water and sewer, electric and natural gas right at the street. R1 Zoning, 24,309 sq. ft., .55 acres. This is a lot split from the white farmhouse located to the left. A peaceful, neighborly feel as you drive down the road will welcome you.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






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